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MicroStar Logistics to lease space at Gauge

December 9, 2015 0
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Rendering of Gauge courtesy Dynia Architects.

This morning it was announced that MicroStar Logistics, an organization that provides keg solutions for the craft beer industry will be leasing 13,000 square-feet of space at Gauge.

Zeppelin Development is the the developer of Gauge, a 100,000 square-foot office building that will be constructed in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood at 38th and Blake. An RTD rail station will open in 2016 adjacent to this property. Dynia Architects designed Gauge and has also designed many of Zeppelin’s other projects such as The Source Hotel that is currently under construction at 33rd and Brighton Boulevard.

“We’re very excited to welcome an innovative, growing company like MicroStar Logistics to Gauge,” said Kyle Zeppelin.  “With low vacancy rates in the neighborhood and limited space still available at Gauge, it’s clear that RiNo is being recognized as a hub for entrepreneurial companies that want an urban address outside of the Central Business District.”

MicroStar Logistics was represented by Chris Riedl and Matt Edgar of Community First Commercial, and Zeppelin Development was represented by a team at Cushman & Wakefield that included Ryan Stout, Nate Bradley, Drew McManus and Zach Williams.

“RiNo is the highly sought-after location in Denver’s Urban Core as indicated by the amplified interest we have seen in Gauge,” said McManus. “Gauge’s location provides MicroStar an opportunity to establish a significant presence in the center of one of Denver’s most dynamic transit-oriented submarkets.”

To support craft brewers’ continued growth, we have made significant investments in our business causing us to outgrow our current headquarters,” said Michael Hranicka, MicroStar’s President and CEO.  “We are committed to our customer first approach a  wanted to find a home in the heart of Denver’s thriving brewery community. Gauge is the perfect fit for us. They are located in the center of the action, offer creative workspaces and are strategically located at a new light rail stop which offers easy access and furthers our sustainability goals.”

Gauge will feature first floor event space, retail space, and landscaped terraces.  

Rendering of Gauge courtesy Dynia Architects.

Rendering of Gauge courtesy Dynia Architects.

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